This scenario is an unusual one and I ask your advice:
Miss A meets Mr B. They fall in love and marry. After being married 3-4 years they separate.
13 years later Miss A regrets getting the annulment. She contacts Mr B and discovers he feels exactley the same. They both regret their marriage being annulled and believe they should have just stayed separated. Miss A and Mr B have both had children with others outside of wedlock in the meantime, but neither now has a relationship with the parents.
Miss A has never wanted to be married to anyone other than Mr B and neither of them have ever truly been able to get over their marriage ending.
Miss A and Mr B want to marry each other. However, Miss A knows of herself that she could almost certainly not live with another person, and believes Mr B could not either, that if her and he were to marry, then they would probably have to live seperately almost immediately.
However Miss A and Mr B have always felt they belong to each other and have never been able to give their love fully to anyone else. They want to be united in marriage (as they feel they once were) even if they can never live with each other.
Is it wrong to embark on a new marriage knowing or at least strongly believing beforehand that you will probably not be able to live with your spouse? Should Miss A and Mr B simply pray fro the strength to let each other go? Any comments or advice on this situation would be most appreciated.